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Healing Reins receives $6,000 grant from Home Depot Foundation for new office space flooring

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BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Healing Reins Equine Assisted Therapy says it just received a $6,000 grant from the Home Depot Foundation, going toward flooring for office space in the covered arena that will be used for child counseling services.

The Home Depot Foundation is dedicated to uplifting the communities of Central Oregon. Their latest grant of 6,000.00 to Healing Reins has enabled the organization to purchase 3,000 square feet of flooring for the office space in the covered arena, which will be used for child counseling services.

Dusty Damon, assistant manager of the Bend Home Depot, and several Home Depot employees led the installation with passion and dedication.

Healing Reins beloved Director Polly Cohan is brimming with sincere appreciation for the transformative partnership with the Home Depot Foundation, whose unwavering dedication has transcended four remarkable years.

The freshly installed floors are a testament to the Bend Home Depot staff's volunteer spirit and expertise gracefully reflect the organization's steadfast commitment to elevating communities. 

Healing Reins is a new 21 Cares for Kids partner.

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